Rocío Sánchez Azuara: This is the altar she put in her house to remember her deceased daughter


The talented celebrity remembers Daniela and her loved ones with emotional offerings after her sad departure

The television presenter Rocío Sánchez Azuara took advantage of the proximity of the Day of the Dead in Mexico to remember Daniela, her daughter, who lost her life in September 2019 due to the lupus erythematosus she suffered.

Through an altar, the also actress not only honored the memory of her daughter, but also her parents, especially her mother, Doña Juanawho died a little less than a week ago at 97 years of age.

The altar, which is still missing some ornaments, was placed in a chocolate-colored cabinet with wheels and six drawers.

The furniture was decorated with purple and orange confetti, the typical colors of the Day of the Dead.

It also included three traditional skulls, an exquisite bread of the dead, as well as the inevitable offerings in front of the photographs of their loved ones, in which it included some of the elements and foods that they enjoyed so much in life.

“Coming home and starting (things are still missing) the preparations for my altar dedicated to my loved ones,” wrote the celebrity.


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Llegando a casa y COMENZANDO (todavía faltan cosas 🤣😀) preparativos para mi altar dedicado a mis seres amados …🙏🏻🕉❤️😇#Xantolo

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This is the second time that the charismatic presenter pays tribute to her daughter with an altar because in 2019 she did the same almost two months after her sad departure.

That time she had the help of her mother, who was in charge of choosing the items they used to remember their deceased.

That altar, in addition to the photos, also included candles, crosses, the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, and several cempasúchil flowers, which they placed to mark the path that their loved ones had to follow in order to reach their home in those days.

“Altar made by my mother, 96, in honor of our loved ones who came forward,” she wrote.

Both altars have several similarities, being inspired by Xantolo, the Day of the Dead festival of the Huasteca of Hidalgo, of which she is very proud.

“Huastec traditions that I carry in my blood and my children inherited with great pride,” she published at that time.